Orlando Pride Announces End of Year Roster Statuses Entering 2019-20 Offseason

Orlando Pride Announces End of Year Roster Statuses Entering 2019-20 Offseason

ORLANDO, Fla. (Nov. 4, 2019) - Orlando Pride has announced contract statuses for each of its players following the completion of its fourth National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) season. The Pride have exercised options on 18 players, while extending new offers to five. As previously announced, Marta and the Pride have agreed to a new contract that will see the Brazilian star return in 2020. 

U.S. Women’s National Team players Alex Morgan and Ashlyn Harris along with Canadian international Shelina Zadorsky remain on the Pride roster as 2019 Federation players. Federation status for the upcoming 2020 season will be announced by the NWSL at a later date.

Orlando Pride Contract Status (as of Nov. 4, 2019):
Joanna Boyles: Option Exercised
Lainey Burdett: Option Exercised
Bridget Callahan: Option Exercised
Kristen Edmonds: Extended New Contract Offer
Abby Elinsky: Option Exercised
Claire Emslie: Option Exercised
Danica Evans: Option Exercised
Caitlin Farrell: Option Exercised
Erin Greening: Option Exercised
Ashlyn Harris: Federation Player (USA)
Rachel Hill: Option Exercised
Alanna Kennedy: Option Exercised
Julie King: Option Exercised
Haley Kopmeyer: Option Exercised
Ali Krieger: Extended New Contract Offer
Sydney Leroux: Option Exercised
Camila Martins Pereira: Option Exercised
Alex Morgan: Federation Player (USA)
Carson Pickett: Extended New Contract Offer
Toni Pressley: Option Exercised
Morgan Reid: Option Exercised
Emily van Egmond: Extended New Contract Offer
Marta Vieira da Silva: New Contract Signed
Marisa Viggiano: Option Exercised
Dani Weatherholt: Option Exercised
Shelina Zadorsky: Federation Player (CAN)


UPDATE: April 17, 2020 - Based on the most recent government guidance, Major League Soccer has extended the postponement of its matches until at least June 8. Major League Soccer remains focused on playing the entire 2020 season, and is evaluating all options, including pushing back the end of the season and playing MLS Cup in December or later. Throughout this process, MLS will continue to prioritize the safety of our fans, players, employees and partners and to coordinate with federal and local public health authorities as well as other sporting organizations.